Khan Brothers PP Woven Bag Industries Ltd. (IPO) Subscription Date Start from August 24, 2014

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Khan Brothers PP Woven Bag Industries Ltd. share of the money collected will be 200 Core. This company IPO subscription will be started from August 24, 2014 and will be closed on August 28, 2014. For NRB applicants, it will remain open till September 06, 2014. The face value of TK 10 per share value of company and offer price is TK 10 including a premium of taka nil. This company share issue manager responsible for AFC Capital Limited, BMSL Investment Limited and EC Securities Limited. Last financial year shows the EPS Taka 1.67 & Net asset value per share (NAV) taka 27.13. This Company Quantity of Share per lot 500. Total quantity of share: 20,000,000. This share contributions NO. Share below:
1)   General           60%= 12,000,000
2)   Affected           20%= 4,000,000
3)   NRB                   10%= 2,000,000.
4)   Mutual Fund   10% = 2,000,000.

Global stocks wobble on Ukraine news, bond yields slide

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NEW YORK, Aug 16 (Reuters): Global equity markets seesawed and government bond yields fell sharply in a flight to safety on Friday after Ukraine said its artillery shelled a Russian armored column on Ukrainian soil in a report that raised fears of escalating tensions.

The government in Kiev said its artillery partially destroyed the Russian column in fighting overnight, but Russia denied its forces had crossed into Ukraine and called the Ukrainian report "some kind of fantasy."

Investors have worried about a worsening stand-off between Ukraine and Russia, even as recent signs of easing tensions had lifted equity markets, especially in Europe. Investors on Friday were less than sure about the seriousness of the fighting.

"The fact that the market sold off relatively hard on the Ukraine report but came back in the last hour or so is a reflection of us not getting any additional confirmation on the Russian column being attacked," said Robert Pavlik, chief market strategist at Banyan Partners LLC in New York.

MSCI's gauge of global equity performance pared losses in late trading to end at break-even, while the benchmark S&P 500 closed only 0.01 per cent lower on the day. But bond prices reflected a rush into traditional safe havens.

The yield on German 10-year Bunds dropped to a record low of 0.958 per cent in their biggest weekly percentage fall in almost 11 months. The 10-year US Treasury slid to 2.3415 per cent, and 10-year UK bond yields fell to 2.328 per cent at the close, the lowest since August 2013.

"The falling yield levels are a reaction to panic," said Chris Orndorff, a portfolio manager at Western Asset in Pasadena, California.

Most US stock indexes also pared losses to trade slightly lower, but the tech-heavy Nasdaq ended in positive territory.

The Dow Jones industrial average closed down 50.67 points, or 0.3 per cent, to end at 16,662.91 and the S&P 500 lost 0.12 point, or 0.01 per cent, to 1,955.06. But the Nasdaq Composite added 11.925 points, or 0.27 per cent, to 4,464.927.

The FTSEurofirst 300 index of leading European shares fell 0.45 per cent to close at 1,323.10, after trading 0.8 per cent higher earlier in the session.

The safe-haven yen and Swiss franc advanced after news of the Ukraine event. The Swiss franc hit a 19-month high against the euro and a three-week peak versus the dollar. The yen reversed losses against the dollar, turning higher.

The dollar fell as much as 0.09 per cent against the yen to 102.34 yen, after hitting its highest in more than a week. The dollar last traded at 0.9027 franc, down 0.4 per cent.

The euro, meanwhile, tumbled versus the Swiss franc to its lowest since January 2013. It was last at 1.2093, down 0.19 per cent.

Crude oil prices rose on the Ukraine news, after Brent had stabilized close to a 13-month low on ample supplies of high-quality oil and signs that faltering global economic growth may cap fuel demand.

October Brent crude rose $1.46 to settle at $103.53 a barrel, while US crude rose $1.77 to settle at $97.35 a barrel.

Alibaba film unit found possible accounting irregularities, halts shares

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A media firm Alibaba Group Holding Ltd recently bought said on Friday a review of its finances revealed possible accounting irregularities, casting doubts on the Chinese e-commerce giant's due diligence as it prepares for a US initial public offering.

The announcement by Alibaba Pictures Group Ltd comes less than two months after Alibaba Group completed its $804 million purchase of a 60-per cent stake in the film and TV production company once known as ChinaVision Media Group Ltd.

The deal was among the $10 billion or so Alibaba Group and its affiliates have spent since the beginning of last year on acquisitions which ventured beyond its traditional e-commerce roots to fend off competition from rivals like Tencent Holdings Ltd, Baidu Inc and

But the speed at which the group has conducted some of its purchases has raised investor concerns. In June, Alibaba bought China's most successful football club, the Guangzhou Evergrande, for $192 million in a deal which was hatched over a few drinks.

"They're under a lot of competition pressure, which led them to make some of these deals, but I don't think a lot of them are actually well thought out," said Tony Chu, a Hong Kong-based portfolio manager at RS Investments.

"When you see the extent of the deals, there are so many of them recently announced, that raises the question as to how much due diligence the company has made on some of these deals," he told Reuters.

Alibaba Group, whose platforms handle more goods than EBay Inc and Inc combined, is gearing up for a US initial public offering (IPO) this year that bankers and investors expect to surpass the $16 billion raised by Facebook Inc when it listed in 2012.

In a statement, Alibaba Group said it supported the review into Alibaba Pictures' finances. "The new management team has a firm commitment to transparency, good corporate governance, and investor protection," it said.

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu was listed as the auditor of ChinaVision since 2011, according to the company's 2013 annual report.

Deloitte said in an e-mailed statement that it could not comment on clients because of confidentiality reasons.

Days after completing the deal, Alibaba Group appointed a new board of directors for Alibaba Pictures and named Polo Shao, Alibaba's chief risk officer, as chairman. Liu Chunning, a former Tencent executive who heads Alibaba's digital entertainment business, was also appointed acting CEO.

Goldman Sachs advised Alibaba on the investment in Alibaba Pictures, while REORIENT Financial Markets Ltd advised the target company.

In its filing to the stock exchange, Alibaba Pictures said the possible "non-compliant treatment of financial information" was before the Alibaba purchase.

It asked for its shares to be suspended until further notice, and said it would delay reporting its interim results while its audit committee completes an inquiry into the financial statements.

"The company is not yet in a position to comment on the potential impact on its current and historical financial affairs of the matters described above," Alibaba Pictures said.

Last month, it also issued a profit warning.

Shares of Alibaba Pictures last traded at HK$1.61 before they were halted on Friday. The stock has more than doubled since late February, prior to the announcement of Alibaba Group's investment.

Before the Alibaba investment, the film and TV company counted Sequoia Capital among its biggest shareholders as well as Dong Ping, co-producer of the award-winning 2000 film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon". Alibaba's rival Tencent also owned a stake in Alibaba Pictures.

US stocks defy geopolitics to push higher

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NEW YORK, Aug 16 (AFP): A flare-up in tensions in Ukraine on Friday threatened to derail the climb in US stock markets, but traders finally dismissed geopolitics to deliver another week of gains on Wall Street.

The prospects of new US and European involvement in Iraq's domestic war, and Ukraine's claim that it destroyed Russian armored vehicles inside its territory late Thursday, failed to dampen buying.

Nor did dismal second-quarter growth reports from Japan and the eurozone, which underscored the fact that the global economy continues to struggle.

Stocks finished a volatile Friday session mixed, but the week's gains were solid.

The S&P 500 rose 1.2 per cent to 1,955.06, the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 0.8 per cent to 16,662.91, and the Nasdaq Composite outperformed with a gain of 2.2 per cent to 4,464.93.

The end of a modestly good second-quarter earnings season helped the gains. Biotech and chipmakers led the climbs higher for the week, and industrials generally did well.

But also keeping investors focused on equities was the continued flow of data showing little inflationary pressure that would force the Federal Reserve to push up interest rates earlier than the expected timeline, the second half of 2015.

The stronger US economy has brought out more calls from inflation hawks for Fed chair Janet Yellen to speed up the timetable.

But the most recent data, showing prices still well in check and consumer spending flat, suggest the Fed has much more time to continue supporting the economy with its ultra-low benchmark rate.

Friday numbers showed a slowdown in the producer price index to a 1.7-per cent annual pace.

"Two months of low inflation should dampen concern the Fed needs to raise rates soon," said Chris Low of FTN Financial.

Indeed, retail giant Walmart's poor second quarter and diminished outlook has analysts glued to August-September back-to-school sales data to understand if that was a blip or will remain an ongoing challenge to growth.

"We are beginning to watch the end of the summer break, which will give an idea of the health of American consumers and their confidence in their income," said Gregori Volokhine of Meeschaert Financial Services.

The week saw Berkshire Hathaway set a new landmark for US markets: the Warren Buffett investment house's A shares passed $200,000 for the first time, more than 100 times the value of the next highest-priced shares.

It took less than eight years to double from $100,000 -- with the 2008 market crash in between -- and capped a 7-per cent runup since Berkshire's record second-quarter earnings report came out at the beginning of the month.

The coming week will be light on economic data and will mainly be on the state of the housing market.

Investors will be looking to what is said on the Federal Reserve's annual economic policy symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on August 21-23.

There, Yellen and European Central Bank head Mario Draghi are expected to update their views on the state of growth and monetary policy trajectory.

The theme is "Re-evaluating Labor Market Dynamics," a subject particularly timely as Yellen, like her predecessor Ben Bernanke, has kept the Fed focused on apparent slack remaining in the US jobs market, five years after the Great Recession ended.
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Shadow Education for English

Photo: Prabir Das
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In the recent years, the IELTS (International English Language Testing Service) has become a household name among those who want to study in foreign universities or emigrate as skilled migrants. They are required to take the IELTS test to prove their proficiency in the four language skills–reading, writing, speaking and listening. According to Hannan Sarker, registrar of British Council, Bangladesh, each year about 15,000 to 20,000 candidates from Bangladesh sit the IELTS test. About 2000-2500 of them attend preparatory courses at various British Council centres in the country. A vast majority of the rest, for help, turn to shadow education i.e. private tutors or coaching centres that often guarantee high scores.
“I have attended two coaching centres and taken tuition from a private tutor in order to prepare for the IELTS test. I took the test twice,” says Pappu, a student of BBA in a college in Dhaka. “On both occasions, I got less than 6, although they guaranteed a score above 7. I feel like I have been ripped off.  I need 6.5 for my admission in an Australian university.” Pappu’s English is poor. He is not alone.
A tutor who guarantees a score of 7 or above in an ad on a wall in Dhanmondi and charges Tk 6,000 for a three month course claims, “If a student fails to get this score in the first attempt, we provide them with extra lessons.” What if they don’t get 7+ even after attending extra classes? “I believe they will,” says the tutor.
Javed is a teacher at a coaching centre that charges Tk 7,000 for a three month course and guarantees 7.5 in an ad on a wall in Mohammadpur area. “I have experience and a unique method,” claims Javed.
Exactly how many of these coaching centres are there in the country is not known. Such private tutors and coaching centres are not required to register with the government or any regulatory body.
“IELTS coaching centres are doing more harm than good. They are charging a lot of money and their tutors are not really qualified,” says Dr Arifa Rahman, Professor of English Language, Institute of Modern Languages, University of Dhaka and president of Bangladesh English Language Teachers’ Association. “Coaching centres which claim that candidates will get 6+ or 7+ if they attend their courses are simply deceiving students – unless of course the candidate already has a competence level of that score –  in that case it is no credit to the coaching centre.”
Proponents of this shadow education view coaching centres as a way to provide students with supplementary knowledge and skills. Learning centres such as Kaplan and Sylvan enjoy significant popularity in the US due to the high quality of their service.
Students have to develop basic skills in English in order to do well in the IELTS test.  Photo: Zahedul I Khan
Students have to develop basic skills in English in order to do well in the IELTS test. Photo: Zahedul I Khan
“Someone with a very poor competence level in English may not get 7 or 8 by attending a short course,” says Mahbubul Islam, a director of St. John’s coaching centre. “I do not know what to say about those who make such false claims.”
A well known coaching centre with branches all over the country and several best selling IELTS preparatory books under its brand name claims on the cover of one of its books that students will be able to find answers to the questions without reading the passage if they read the book. It has been in business since 1998. Their tuition fee for a three month IELTS preparatory course is Tk 8000.  When contacted, the executive director of the centre had this to say, “Seventy percent of all who take the IELTS test in Bangladesh attend our centre. Maybe there was a printing error. But then again, who does not commit a mistake? ”
Mohammad Solaiman, a student of Dhaka University attended a three month course at this centre. “For the writing section of the IELTS test, the teachers told us to follow a particular format,” he recalls.
Solaiman does not know it will do little to help him improve his writing skills.
“For the writing section of the IELTS, most coaching centres give students a stereotyped format and tell them to write according to that format,” says Dr Arifa Rahman. “If they would put some effort in actually developing the basic English competence of the students, perhaps students would have a fairer chance in the test.”
Students often do not realise that. They flock to coaching centres fooling themselves with the idea that they will somehow be able to reach a high competence level in English by attending a three month course.
Dr Dil Afroze Quader, Professor of English Language, Institute of Modern Language, Dhaka University, now at BRAC Institute of Language says, “The IELTS questions in the reading section are of many different types, requiring the use of several types of sub skills. Such an internationally accepted and valued test would never set questions that did not require reading of the passage.  They use these gimmicks to attract students.”
The mega trend towards shadow education in tandem with public schooling has failed to garner the attention of policymakers. No mechanism to monitor coaching centres exists. Occasional crackdowns have been the only government response so far. The law of demand and supply can explain why this has not been effective.  The inefficiency in the national education system has propelled market forces to supply shadow education in response to a demand of students and professionals to compete in a global economy.
Why there is no marked improvement in the quality of English learning in the country is the million dollar question.
Dr Fakrul Alam, Professor, Department of English at Dhaka University, says, “The downgrading of English started many years ago in Bangladesh. But a turning point was the removal of English from BA (pass) course which is where most high school teachers come from. This meant that we had a generation of teachers coming in who did not have any skills in English.”
Many senior citizens talk about the good old times when educated people used to be able to speak and write fluently in English. Many university graduates these days struggle even to construct simple sentences in English. How did we get here?
“The number of school-going children has increased over the years but we have not developed appropriate delivery systems to reach out to all of them, particularly the socially and economically marginalised groups”, says Dr Arifa Rahman.  “People without proper teaching qualifications or language skills are being appointed as English teachers. They instil poor language use and bad pronunciation in students which are often difficult to rectify later in life. And some of these students go on to become English teachers themselves, so it’s like a vicious circle. Even at some private universities, the quality of English teachers leaves much to be desired”.
Learning English is a sine qua non of academic and professional development in a knowledge-based global economy.
“English, as is tested in IELTS, has four skills—speaking, reading, writing and listening. Our education system only deals with the two skills–reading and writing, completely ignoring listening and speaking”, says Dr Dil Afroze. “These two skills are not tested in the academic system, so students do not feel it is necessary to develop these skills at all.”
The problems in learning English in Bangladesh are complex and multi-layered.
“The government worked with the British Council and came up with what they thought was a ‘state-of- the-art’ solution to the problem,” says Dr Fakrul Alam. “They adopted CLT (Communicative Language Teaching) in designing the textbooks at the secondary and higher secondary level. These text books made the bad situation worse. The teachers were not trained adequately and classroom sizes were two big for this method. Moreover, outside Dhaka, most students were and are taught by teachers who have little or no skills in English. In other words, in the nineties the government turned to the British Council and DFID for solutions. They brought their experts. Their expertise was obviously designed to favour their system of education and their institutions. This led to a dependency complex. That was not very good for us. The aid came from them. So we had to listen to what their experts said.”
Some scholars believe that text books are not to blame. “From a language learning point of view, the quality of school textbooks has improved,” says Dr Arifa Rahman. “But the tests still encourage rote learning. It is easy for students to memorise things and get an A or a golden A at the SSC or HSC tests, thus making the assessment system invalid.”
Professor Alam observes that everything about the education system is against actually learning something on one’s own. “We have to develop a reading culture. Class sizes must be reduced. We have to have an unseen component in the exam,” suggests Dr Alam. “If students would read books in English, if they were taught how to listen and speak as well as read and write English properly, then there would not be any need for these centres. If they would practice answering unseen questions, and if they were taught these things in the classrooms, they would do well in the IELTS test.”
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Three cos get listing approval from DSE

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Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) temporarily suspended its General Manager (GM) of HR and Admin Khandaker Asad Ullah Thursday for his alleged involvement in the share trading by violating service rules, officials said.

The decision was taken at a board meeting following an order issued by the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC).

At Thursday's meeting the premier bourse has also approved the listing of three companies -- Shurwid Industries, Far East Knitting and Dyeing and Tung Hai Knitting and Dyeing.

The securities regulator ordered the DSE on August 12 last to suspend its GM Mr. Asad immediately as his alleged involvement in share business has been proved by the BSEC investigation committee.

 "The allegations of breaching the securities rules and other ones by Mr. Asad have been proved without any doubt. That's why the regulator has ordered the premier bourse to suspend the GM temporarily for the sake of capital market and bringing disciplines in the stock exchange," the BSEC said.

The BSEC also said by suspending the DSE GM immediately, the premier bourse will have to inform the regulator about the post administrative actions.

As per the DSE board decision, the temporary suspension of Mr. Asad came into effect from yesterday (Thursday).

The DSE has also formed a two-member probe body to carry out further investigation into the complaints of the carrying out share business by the DSE GM Mr. Asad.

"The DSE will provide an opportunity to Mr. Asad for upholding his opinion regarding the complaints. After conducting further routine work the DSE board will deliver its final decision regarding Mr. Asad," said a member of the DSE board.

Some of DSE officials said Mr. Asad was involved in share trading when there was no circular barring the share trading by any employee and executive.

The DSE board member has ruled out such logic stating that the DSE service rules had always the restriction on share trading by the employees and executives.

The same restriction has also been included in the demutualisation act," the board member said.

On October 9, 2013 the BSEC formed a three-member probe committee which found the proofs of carrying out share business by the DSE GM Mr. Asad.

The DSE GM reportedly carried out share business through three BO accounts.

As per a DSE circular issued on April 26, 2010, no employee and executive will be able to carry on share business directly or indirectly.

The circular will also be violated if the employees and executives carry on business by opening BO accounts in the name of family members or others.

US stock futures tick up ahead of jobless claims data

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NEW YORK, Aug 14 (Reuters): US stock index futures edged higher on Thursday, with investors reluctant to make big bets following a sharp rally in the previous session and amid signs of weak conditions in Europe.

Trading is likely to continue being driven by overseas issues, with the latest data out of Europe showing the euro zone's economy ground to a halt in the second quarter. Investors are also monitoring ongoing violence in Iraq, and the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc reported flat same-store sales for the second-quarter and cut its full-year profit outlook. After falling more than 1 per cent in premarket trading, shares of the Dow component rose slightly.

Cisco Systems Inc fell 1.3 per cent to $24.87 in premarket trading. The company gave a tepid outlook a day earlier for its current quarter and announced massive job cuts even as the Dow component's revenue beat expectations.

Wal-Mart and Cisco are the latest major names to issue cautious outlooks. On Wednesday, Macy's Inc cut its full-year same-store sales outlook while Deere & Co cut its profit view.

S&P 500 e-mini futures rose 3 points and were above fair value, a formula that evaluates pricing by taking into account interest rates, dividends and time to expiration on the contract. Dow Jones industrial average e-mini futures rose 24 points and Nasdaq 100 e-mini futures added 5.75 points.

Wall Street rallied on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones industrial average returning to positive territory for the year. The S&P 500 is about 2.1 per cent off a late-July record close.

In upcoming US economic data, weekly jobless claims are seen rising by 6,000 to 295,000. The report will be released at 8:30 a.m. EDT, along with import and export prices for July.

The chief executive of NewLink Genetics Corp, which licensed an Ebola vaccine developed by Canadian government scientists, late Wednesday told Reuters it has enough doses on hand to launch the first human safety trial of an Ebola vaccine this summer.

The US Food and Drug Administration late Wednesday said it had approved a new insomnia drug made by Merck & Co.

IPO approved Of Hamid Fabrics Industries Ltd

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Hamid Fabrics Industries Ltd.  Issue of share will be 03 Crore . The face value of TK 10 per share value of company and offer price is TK 35 including a premium of taka 25. This company share issue manager responsible for ICB Capital Management Ltd. Last financial year 30 June, 2013 company  shows the EPS Taka 5.03 & Net asset value per share (NAV) taka 41.14. This Company Quantity of Share per lot 500.

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Standard Chartered shares down

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LONDON, Aug 7 (AFP): Europe's main stock markets stumbled at the opening of trading on Thursday, as investors awaited decisions on interest rates from the ECB and Bank of England.

London's benchmark FTSE 100 index fell 0.15 per cent to stand at 6,626.24 points compared with Wednesday's close.

Frankfurt's DAX 30 dropped 0.53 per cent to 9,081.29 points and in Paris the CAC 40 index managed a gain of 0.06 per cent to 4,209.61, steadying after falls the previous day.

The European Central Bank (ECB) is widely considered unlikely to unveil any new policy moves at its monthly meeting on Thursday, despite a persistent threat of eurozone deflation and geopolitical risks, analysts said

Investors' participation encouraging on DSE

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The stock market ended flat in the green Thursday as investors took position on specific large cap stocks amid profit taking.

The market opened with an upbeat note, but could not sustain as session progressed amid choppy trading. DSEX, the prime index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) ended at 4,486.19 points, gaining only 1.29 points or 0.2 per cent.

The other two indices also closed in the green. The DS30, comprising blue chips gained 3.03 points or 0.18 per cent to close at 1,652.70 points. The DSE Shariah Index went up by 5.88 points or 0.57 per cent to close at 1,026.27 points.

Though turnover declined by 9.79 per cent, investors' participation was encouraging in recent time. The total turnover stood at Tk 5.88 billion against Tk 6.51 billion in the previous session's three and a half month high level.

The investors attention was mainly focused on pharmaceuticals, fuel and power, textile and engineering sectors, accounted for 21.77 per cent, 16.47 per cent, 12.49 per cent and 8.68 per cent respectively of the day's total turnover.

"The stock market's recent bullish spell endured a flat session as the investors booked their profit in one sector and looked for new opportunities in another," commented International Leasing Securities, in its regular market analysis.

Most of the sectors enjoyed price appreciation, however, investors' attention was concentrated particularly in GP and couple of newly listed issues, it said.

"The impact of price appreciation of large cap issues on indices was on the subdued by the overall decline in the some of the major sectors," said the International Leasing.

IDLC Investments, said: "Large cap stocks pulled up the market momentum. Coupled with volatile market movements, stock specific focus knocked investors, significantly".

Some specific scrips like GP and MJL BD demonstrated robust performance, gaining 5.20 per cent and 4.08 per cent respectively.

"Volatility grips the day's overall trading pattern, as investors went rampant with their buying spree and profit taking moves," observed Zenith Investments.

Investors are highly optimistic and taking key interest in stocks which have created impact with half-yearly earnings, said the Zenith analysis.

LankaBangla Securities, said: "Market has seen another green trading day on the last day of this week as investors were bullish on large cap pharma, telecom and cement stocks".

"Seems like, market is in the mood of testing the 'psychological' resistance level of 4,500 of benchmark index".

Market opened with profit booking tendency in early session, but later on primary investment sentiment was bullish on sector specific stocks, the stock broker said.

Among the major sectors, telecommunication gained a staggering 4.86 per cent - thanks to the large cap stock GP which gained 5.20 per cent alone. Food and allied and pharmaceuticals went up by 1.46 per cent and 0.45 per cent respectively.

The financial sectors - banks and NBFIs retraced with losing 0.40 per cent and 0.66 per cent respectively. Fuel and power sector lost 0.29 per cent.

After two days gain, life insurance fell in trap of profit booking and became worst performing sector of the day which lost 1.99 per cent.

The losers took a lead over the gainers as out of 296 issues traded, 125 advanced, 139 declined and 32 remained unchanged on the DSE floor.

Activities decreased in the major bourse (DSE) where trade and volume were down by 8.60 per cent and 10.11 per cent respectively. A total of 0.113 million trades were executed with 127.00 million securities of trading volume.

The total market capitalisation on DSE stood at Tk 2,988.18 billion against Tk 2,967.47 billion in the previous session.

MJL Bangladesh was the most traded stock for the second consecutive sessions with shares worth Tk 405.13 million changing hands followed by GP, Beximco, Square Pharma and ACI.

Shahjibazar Power Company was the day's highest gainer, posting a rise of 9.89 cent while Prime Bank was the day's worst loser, slumping by 5.50 per cent following the news that the bank lost mobile banking licence.

The port city bourse, Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) closed flat in red with its Selective Categories Index - CSCX - lost 0.90 points to close at 8,492.42 points.

Losers beat gainers 116 to 81, with 24 issues remaining unchanged at the port city bourse that traded 11.05 million shares and mutual fund units, turnover value of Tk 409.83 million


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Language Course/Preparatory course

Finding the right university

  • কিছু ইউনিভার্সিটির বিবরণ[ঐখানে পড়তে থাকা স্টুডেন্টের মুখেই শুনুন]-
  • জার্মান বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় সম্পর্কিত তথ্যচিত্র - পৌঁছানোর আগে দেখে নিন আপনার বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়টিকে - 
  • ইউনিভার্সিটি র‍্যাঙ্কিং- (University Rankings)-
  • General Introduction of different Universities-
  • University of Hohenheim-

Which city should be good
জার্মানীতে আসার আগে জেনে নিন কোন শহরে আসাটা আপনার জন্যে সুবিধাজনক-

Scholarship & Ranking

Finding the right course

  • "Internet Technologies and Information Systems" (ITIS) in Technische Universität (TU) Braunschweig -
  • জার্মানিতে মেডিক্যালে পড়াশোনা (Medical studies in Germany) -
  • জার্মানির মেডিক্যালে পড়াশোনা পদ্ধতি-


University admission and requirements

  • এডমিশন ইন্টারভিও নিয়ে কিছু তথ্য-
  • How can I pay fees from Bangladesh for my application in Germany if I need to do so?-

how to start and which one to begin with
Uni-assist এ এপ্লাই করা নিয়ে যারা মহা ঝামেলায়

Visa application:
Visa /and related to Accommodation

Block  account:
  • ব্লক একাউন্ট কি? কেন ? কোথায় করা ভাল। ব্লক একাউন্ট সম্পর্কে বিস্তারিত-
  • স্টুডেন্ট ফাইল বা ব্লক একাউন্ট করবেন কোন ব্যাংকে -
  • Block account sample-

Sponcership, Uni-assist, notary

Finding accommodation
  • এমব্যাসির নতুন নিয়ম, বাসস্থান সমস্যা এবং আমাদের করণীয় -
  • জার্মানিতে বাসা খোজা ,কিছু পরামর্শ -
  • জার্মানিতে বাসা/এপার্টমেন্ট ভাড়া নেবার আগে যে জিনিসগুলু অবশ্যিই বিবেচনা করতে হবে -
Health Insurance Registration 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6.Prepration & Fly to Germany
Starting at Germany/university
  • জার্মানিতে আসা নতুন মাস্টার্স শিক্ষার্থীদের জন্য মোটিভেশন -
  • Things to bring as a newcomer-
  • Applicable for new comers in Germany- 
  • সাবজেট বা ডিগ্রি প্রোগ্রাম পরিবর্তনের পদ্ধতি - 
 Life in Germany & Knowing important rules 
The successful way to studyImproving German Language

  • জার্মান ভাষা শিখুন ও প্রতিযোগিতার দৌড়ে নিজেকে এগিয়ে রাখুন - , 
  • Importance of German language in Germany-
  • জার্মান ভাষা শেখা কোর্স বাংলাদেশে না জার্মানিতে ? -
Working Job/Earning Money
Your career after studying
  • ব্লু-কার্ড ইইউঃ জার্মানিতে কোয়ালিফাইড পেশাজীবীদের জন্যে সম্ভাবনা-                              ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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